Kyle Lowry of the Miami Heat will not be participating in Sunday’s match against the San Antonio Spurs, as he’s taking a break, according to Underdog NBA.
This marks Lowry’s inaugural absence this season, even though he wasn’t listed on the team’s original injury report.
The Heat will have a shortage of guards on Sunday, with Tyler Herro (ankle) and Caleb Martin (knee) sidelined, potentially resulting in increased playing time for Dru Smith and Duncan Robinson.
The San Antonio Spurs are determined to rebound from their recent defeat and are eager to make a strong comeback against the Miami Heat, who are visiting the Frost Bank Center.
The Heat is in the midst of a back-to-back game schedule, having faced the Atlanta Hawks last night, which could work in favor of the Spurs.
They are aiming to end a four-game losing streak and are on the hunt for their first victory at home since the season opener when they secured a thrilling overtime win against the Houston Rockets.